When Pigs Fly - NetEnt

steveh35

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What happened to this slot?

I haven't played it for ages decided to look it up not at VS or Vera & John has it been removed permanently?

I know it wasn't a favourite of players just curious to know if it has been dropped.

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goatwack

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I played it once for free spins they used to give out 'back in the day'

I guess there was no rasher to play it
 

AdamBetsMax

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I was wondering the same thing... I wonder if it is because High 5 Gaming have a game of the same name? It also might be because the graphics were poor on that game and lagged like crazy
 

AdamBetsMax

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Not sure if that is totally accurate. The casinos in the US have not upgraded to HTML5 for the most part yet... plenty of NetEnt games are still Flash here, but this was removed about 2 years ago now. Seems like it was pulled because of the licensing or some other unknown reason. I mean hell, we still have Flash Hook's Heroes here, which NO ONE plays.
 

Harry_BKK

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Not sure if that is totally accurate. The casinos in the US have not upgraded to HTML5 for the most part yet... plenty of NetEnt games are still Flash here, but this was removed about 2 years ago now. Seems like it was pulled because of the licensing or some other unknown reason. I mean hell, we still have Flash Hook's Heroes here, which NO ONE plays.

NetEnt pulled a lot of games in 2017/2018 due to the Flash/HTML5 conversion and WPF was on the EOL (End of Life) list for those not being converted. The excerpt I posted is from that list.

WPF was a clone of Reel Rush and released only in 2015 or 2016, can't remember the exact year. To take a licence for only 1 or 2 years sounds not very probable as the slot would not have the time to "earn" the licensing fees.

It was never really popular with players, Reel Rush is still doing OK today.
 

goatwack

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Not sure why Netent couldn't have kept classics like Beach. Had a soft spot for Muse too........I think companies lose part of their charm/ identity when they yank their older titles

As for Reel Rush, from a player perspective, it's just boring. No matter how profitable :cool:
 
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